If you have heard me talking about Altrient, a type of liposome vitamin C supplement, you may also have heard me say that, while I find it perfectly easy to take these days, some people really struggle with its taste and texture.
Saggy skin is one of the unavoidable downsides of ageing and, to make matters worse, it doesn’t just affect our face, it affects our neck and body too. Where once skin was springy and plump, the ageing process leads to a loss of volume and firmness..
Radiofrequency microneedling has been getting a lot of air time recently, in large part due to the publicity surrounding those before and after pictures of Judy Murray’s amazing transformation by Dr Judy Todd (if you haven’t seen them check them.
Microneedling is one of those tweakments that has been around for so long that it tends to be overlooked in favour of newer, trendier or more exciting-sounding procedures, but here's the thing: microneedling really works. Here's what you need to.
Those of you who follow me will know that I got very interested in liposomal vitamin C a couple of years ago when a brand called Altrient put me through a trial to see whether taking lots of their particular vitamin C would actually improve my skin.
Over the past few months there have been headlines linking Covid-19 vaccines to problems with dermal fillers. I know lots of you have seen them, because, as the nationwide vaccination programme continues to roll out and the tweakments clinics.
We know that omega-3 supplements such as fish oils offer a wide range of benefits - but did you know just how great they are for our skin?
So, after all the coverage of Judy Murray's amazing transformation the other week, there's been a lot of discussion – sometimes quite heated discussion – around the results.
One thing that has always stuck with me is the idea that taking too much of a supplement can lead to expensive urine and not much more. In some cases overdoing on vitamins can also actually be dangerous, so how much is too much?
We all know that vitamin C is a vital component in our diets and you've probably heard that vitamin C is an extremely useful ingredient for our skin too. But, should you be applying vitamin C topically to your face or taking it as a supplement -.